Health Care Systems

Download OHE’s 24th Annual Lecture publication: Why are Mortality Rates Rising for Middle-Aged White Non-Hispanic Americans? Could it Happen in Europe?

A new OHE Seminar Briefing by Chris Mullin, Chief Economist at the Department of Health, examines growth in expenditure on NHS agency staffing.

OHE Lunchtime Seminar with Professor Martin Chalkley and Jon Sussex: Providing Health Care to NHS Patients: How Much Does Ownership Matter?

A summary of OHE’s activity at the 2018 winter HESG meeting, City, University of London, 10-12th January.

This report explores the consequences of the exit of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU) on public health in the UK and in the EU.

OHE publishes a report assessing the capacity in South Korea for the collection and use of real-world data in health care.

A new paper sets out an insurance model as part of a global solution to incentivise R&D for new antibiotics to tackle multi-drug resistance. It offers (i) a reasonable return on R&D; (ii) risk mitigation for payers, providers and manufacturers, (iii) stewardship by delinking revenues from volume of use, and (iv) conservation of antibiotic effectiveness by ensuring the continued availability of new antibiotics in the long-term.

OHE’s Yan Feng and Grace Hampson, along with colleagues from the Health Foundation and RAND Europe, have published a new paper in Applied Economics and Finance which explores the factors that determine health care expenditure in OECD countries.

On Friday 6th October 2017, Chris Mullin, Chief Economist at the Department of Health, will lead an OHE Lunchtime Seminar on the topic of: NHS agency staffing and the impact of recent interventions.

This OHE Seminar Briefing summarises a seminar given by Professor David Grabowski, which provided a health economics perspective on how payment and delivery interventions can encourage high-value nursing home care.

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